Written by: Lewis T.
Cont: NFL 11-20 Mock Draft https://fteswl.com/2017/03/08/nfl-11-20-mock-draft/
21. Detroit Lions
Haason Reddick, LB, Temple
Haason Reddick, the former walk on defensive back turned star linebacker at Temple has all of the qualities to be a big time player in todays NFL. Reddick has good range and makes plays from sideline to sideline. Reddick is also really disruptive in the backfield as he tallied 22.5 tackles for loss with 9.5 sacks in his senior season alone.
22. Miami Dolphins
Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida
Jarrad Davis the hard hitting linebacker from Florida has a few questions about his health going into his draft. He only played in 9 games his senior season and has only played a complete season once, his junior year. But when Davis is on the field he makes plays. In Davis’ limited time in his senior season he still racked up 60 tackles and 6 tackles for loss.
23. New York Giants
Cam Robinson, T, Alabama
Cam Robinson the big time tackle from Alabama anchored the Crimson Tides offensive line as soon as he stepped on campus. The 3 year starter stayed consistent throughout his 3 years even though he struggled slightly in his junior year while battling injuries.
24. Oakland Raiders
Kevin King, CB, Washington
The big 6’3 corner from Washington is a good tackler in space and also has good hands for a cornerback. He can recover fast on the ball because of his length which he uses to his advantage.
25. Houston Texans
Patrick Mahomes, QB, Texas Tech
The Houston Texans will more than likely be looking for another quarterback after the disaster at the position last year for them. Mahomes is not just another quarterback with a big arm, the Texans already have that. Mahomes can make plays on his feet as well. Mahomes may not start week 1, but he could possibly be the guy that the Texans have been waiting on.
26. Seattle Seahawks
Garrett Bolles, T, Utah
The Seahawks desperately need offensive line help, especially at the tackle position. Bolles will help Russell Wilson tremendously, and will also help set the edge better for the running backs.
27. Kansas City Chiefs
Raekwon McMillan, LB, Ohio State
McMillan could help the Chiefs because nobody knows how much longer Derrick Johnson will be in a Chiefs jersey. McMillan could fill in right where Johnson left off. Nobody would expect him to play at the level Johnson played right away, but he could fill in nicely and keep the defense going in the right direction.
28. Dallas Cowboys
Charles Harris, LB, Missouri
The pass rusher out of Missouri could add some much needed pass rushing to the Cowboys defense. Harris gets after the quarterback. He had 18 career sacks at Missouri and half of those came in his junior year.
29. Green Bay Packers
Joe Mixon, RB, Oklahoma
Joe Mixon can give Aaron Rodgers a reliable running game and play making ability out of the backfield, which is something he hasn’t had beside him in quite some time. Mixon can give the defense fits in the pass and run game, he just needs the ball in his hands.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers
Tim Williams, LB, Alabama
Tim Williams lived in the backfield at Alabama. Williams would be a nice replacement for long time veteran James Harrison. Harrison wont be in the league too much longer and the Steelers have to address their linebacker position.
31. Atlanta Falcons
Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee
Many believe Derek Barnett may be the best pass rusher out of this class a few years down the line. Barnett is a fierce competitor and never stops going after the quarterback. His high motor will cause many sleepless nights for offensive coordinators.
32. New Orleans Saints
Adoree’ Jackson, CB, USC
The dynamic corner and returner from USC makes plays all over the field. Jackson just wants the ball in his hands and he will put on a show. He could be a good fit for the Saints with this pick.